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Nexus Switching 2nd Edition

edundant Configure power

edundant Configure power supply redundancy mode as InSrc and PS redundant N7k-1(config)# power redundancy-mode redundant N7k-1# show environment power Power Supply: Voltage: 50 Volts Power Actual Total Supply Model Output Capacity Sta (Watts ) (Watts ) ------- ------------------- ----------- ----------- -- ------------ 1 N7K-AC-6.0KW 1019 W 3000 W Ok 2 N7K-AC-6.0KW 955 W 3000 W Ok 3 N7K-AC-6.0KW 0 W 0 W Shutdown Actual Power Module Model Draw Allocated Status (Watts ) (Watts ) ------- ------------------- ----------- ----------- -- ------------ 1 N7K-M132XP-12 N/A 750 W Powered-Up 2 N7K-M148GT-11 N/A 400 W Powered-Up 5 N7K-SUP1 N/A 210 W Powered-Up 6 N7K-SUP1 N/A 210 W Powered-Up 10 N7K-M132XP-12L 554 W 750 W Powered-Up Xb1 N7K-C7010-FAB-1 N/A 60 W Powered-Up Xb2 N7K-C7010-FAB-1 N/A 60 W Powered-Up Xb3 N7K-C7010-FAB-1 N/A 60 W Powered-Up Xb4 N7K-C7010-FAB-1 N/A 60 W Powered-Up Xb5 N7K-C7010-FAB-1 N/A 60

W Powered-Up fan1 N7K-C7010-FAN-S 76 W 720 W Powered-Up fan2 N7K-C7010-FAN-S 76 W 720 W Powered-Up fan3 N7K-C7010-FAN-F 8 W 120 W Powered-Up fan4 N7K-C7010-FAN-F 8 W 120 W Powered-Up N/A - Per module power not available Power Usage Summary: -------------------- Power Supply redundancy mode (configured) PS-Redundant Power Supply redundancy mode (operational) Non-Redundant Total Power Capacity (based on configured mode) 6000 W Total Power of all Inputs (cumulative) 6000 W Total Power Output (actual draw) 1974 W Total Power Allocated (budget) 4300 W Total Power Available for additional modules 1700 W Redundant Cooling System The Nexus 7010 has two redundant fans for line cards and two redundant fans for fabric modules located in the rear of the chassis. For the Nexus 7009 and 7018, the system I/O and fabric fans are located within the same field replaceable unit (FRU). Because the 7004 doesn’t contain fabric modules, it has only one fan tray for the system I/O. Placing the fan trays in the rear of the Nexus 7009, 7010, and 7018 chassis makes the system extremely serviceable and ensures that cabling does not get in the way of removal or replacement of the fan tray. All the fans in the system are hot-swappable. Each chassis has unique characteristics for the fan operation: • Cisco Nexus 7004 Series fan tray: The switch can function without a fan tray for up to 3 minutes by which time you must replace the missing fan tray. • Cisco Nexus 7009 Series fan tray: The switch can function without a fan tray for up to 3 minutes by which time you must replace the missing fan tray.

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    NX-OS and Cisco Nexus Switching Nex

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    For sales outside of the U.S. pleas

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    About the Authors Ron Fuller, CCIE

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    Dedications Ron Fuller: This book i

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    We need to find another heavy conce

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    Contents at a Glance Foreword Intro

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    Interface Allocation: N7K-M108X2-12

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    OSPF OSPFv2 Configuration OSPF Summ

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    Cisco TrustSec Configuring AAA for

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    Chapter 8 Unified Fabric Unified Fa

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    OTV Control Plane Multicast-Enabled

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    Icons Used in This Book

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    Foreword With more than 30,000 cust

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    Chapters 1 through 14 cover the fol

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    • Security: Cisco NX-OS provides

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    Fibre Channel, Ethernet, and FCoE i

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    • Nexus 2224: FEX, 24 100/1000Bas

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    Nexus 3000 Learned Routes), EIGRP-S

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    • NX-OS supports VDCs, which enab

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    Click here to view code image Congo

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    NX-OS has many different types of m

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    module to which it is attached, ena

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    Example 1-6. Enabling a Telnet Serv

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    user:admin this user account has no

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    SNMP Figure 1-4. Results of the Sel

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    User Auth Priv ____ ____ ____ NMS s

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    Managing System Files Directories c

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    active/ bootflash://sup-remote/ boo

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    will be applied to your current run

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    N7010-1(config)# snmp-server enable

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    vrf 2 1000 3 0 portchannel 0 768 1

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    • Independent processes started f

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    Figure 1-6. Shared Interface Concep

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    Example 1-14. Creating a VDC Core o

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    Figure 1-13. Nexus 7000 F2e 48-Port

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    • After a port has been assigned

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    Figure 1-20. N7K-M148GS-11 and L Mo

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    Figure 1-22. N7K-M224XP-23L I/O Mod

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    Interface Allocation on M2 Modules

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    egypt(config)# vdc core egypt(confi

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    Further Reading Figure 1-25. Physic

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    Chapter 2. Layer 2 Support and Conf

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    connectivity. One of the most appar

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    1GE JAF1318AALS NX5000# show fex 10

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    - down 1 full 1000 -- Eth100/1/9 -

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    Eth100/1/11 Eth100/1/3 Eth100/1/2 E

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    Eth100/1/2 Up Po100 Po100 Eth100/1/

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    N7K-1(config)# mac address-table ag

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    Congo# show vlan internal usage VLA

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    the requirements of the devices con

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    14 VLAN0014 active Eth2/11, Eth2/12

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    • Host6(192.168.100.26): Sends tr

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    Kenya(config-if)# switchport mode p

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    used to provide a much simpler conf

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    Congo# conf t Enter configuration c

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    Eth2/11 Root FWD 4 128.267 Network

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    Example 2-29 demonstrates how the d

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    Example 2-31. MST Verification Clic

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    Click here to view code image Egypt

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    Example 2-38 shows the root ports o

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    - ---------------- VLAN0001 4097 00

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    001b.54c2.bbc2 4 2 12 9 Ethernet2/1

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    intervention to enable ports that h

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    Congo# Example 2-51 shows how to re

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    After the VLAN is defined on Egypt,

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    Configuring Layer 2 Interfaces Now

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    !Time: Fri Oct 30 08:52:29 2009 ver

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    aggregation protocol information is

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    Members must have same Ethernet Lay

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    ---------------------- Po100 on on

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    oth devices are online, and also to

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    Congo(config-if)# no shutdown Congo

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    link. This will enable spanning tre

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    00- 103 00-103 Allowed VLANs - 40-4

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    spanning tree domain to the entire

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    Current operational state: advertis

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    FabricPath IS-IS adjacencies are th

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    Figure 2-9. FabricPath Topology As

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    Figure 2-10. FabricPath Interface C

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    D - Static Adjacencies attached to

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    • Enable the vPC feature. • Def

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    Performed vPC role : none establish

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    Figure 2-12. vPC+ Interface Configu

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    VLAN MAC Address Type age Secure NT

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    called the Diffusing Update Algorit

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    Example 3-4 shows an alphanumeric s

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    Interface Peers Un/Reliable SRTT Un

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    Note Mixing standard and wide metri

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    Example 3-14. Summarizing Networks

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    GigabitEthernet1/48 10.0.0.0/24 is

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    Congo# show ip eigrp neighbor detai

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    complex routing scenarios with a fi

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    edistributed. Example 3-24. Definin

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    D 10.10.10.0 [90/3072] via 192.168.

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    total) With the output in Example 3

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    Figure 3-5. Network Topology for OS

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    Congo# config t Enter configuration

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    Libya# show ip ospf neighbor detail

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    CNTL/Z. Congo(config)# router ospf

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    *via 192.168.1.1, Lo0, [0/0], 01:02

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    as Type 7 LSAs. Although not common

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    Number of LSAs: 6, checksum sum 0x3

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    Securing OSPF Area ranges are 192.1

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    Example 3-55. Verification of OSPF

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    Congo(config-route-map)# match ip a

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    default-metric 100 The process begi

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    D - EIGRP, EX - EIGRP external, O -

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    Example 3-67. This information is e

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    extremely valuable when troubleshoo

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    1. Enable IS-IS. 2. Configure the I

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    Level-1 Designated IS: Congo Level-

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    Congo(config-if)# sh isis adj IS-IS

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    Figure 3-10. Network Topology for B

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    feature bgp router bgp 65000.65088

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    BGP version 4, remote router ID 192

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    Received 4 messages, 0 notification

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    Neighbor capabilities: Dynamic capa

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    queue Sent 6689 messages, 1 notific

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    S 172.26.2.0/23 [1/0] via 172.26.32

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    o - ODR, P - periodic downloaded st

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    *>r192.168.1.40/30 0.0.0.0 44 2500

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    version 4.2(2a) feature hsrp Simila

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    Virtual IP address is 10.10.100.1 (

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    Vlan100 - Group 100 (HSRP-V1) (IPv4

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    VRRP 2 state changes, last state ch

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    implementation in IOS, a device wit

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    You can see the addition of authent

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    Figure 3-13. HSRP/VRRP Interaction

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    Figure 3-15 illustrates the topolog

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    Verifying GLBP Configuration A quic

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    Active is local Standby is 10.10.10

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    emaining) Active is local, weightin

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    Chapter 4. IP Multicast Configurati

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    eferred to as the RP tree or RPT. F

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    In general, PIM can operate in two

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    Due to this behavior, it is not nec

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    N7K-1-Core1# config Enter configura

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    priority: 0, RP-source: (local), gr

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    Auto-RP Announce policy: None Auto-

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    N7K-2-Core# config Enter configurat

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    Auto-RP RPA: 10.1.0.1, uptime: 00:0

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    BSR RP Candidate policy: None BSR R

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    PIM Group-Range Configuration for V

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    The Nexus 7000 is a Layer 3 switch

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    Vlan100, Interface status: protocol

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    Switch-querier disabled IGMPv3 Expl

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    CMHLAB-DC2-VSM1# show ip igmp snoop

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    Figure 4-9. Network Topology for MS

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    238.102.1.1/32 238.101.1.1/32 238.1

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    PIM configured DR priority: 1 PIM b

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    Chapter 5. Security This chapter co

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    share. This model provides security

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    distribution, use the following com

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    deadtime value:0 source interface:l

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    or Offline Click here to view code

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    Figure 5-3. Adding a User to the Ci

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    Click here to view code image Egypt

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    pending pending-diff Egypt(config)#

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    Example 5-16. Verifying TACACS+ CFS

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    configuration required in NX-OS. Ex

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    Figure 5-7. Adding Redundant NX-OS

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    Note • Be sure to have an SSH Ser

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    Tx 7653 output packets 6642 unicast

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    Figure 5-9. Cisco TrustSec Example

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    NX7k-SGA # conf t NX7k-SGA (config)

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    Figure 5-12. The Required Fields to

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    Click here to view code image NX7K-

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    Example 5-32 shows the successful d

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    • PCI 3 (decimal) / 0003 (hex)

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    Figure 5-20. The ISE Compares Its S

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    NX7K-SGA(config)# cts refresh role-

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    Egypt# show run cts feature dot1x f

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    Egypt# show runn cts !Command: show

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    Example 5-42 confirms the VLAN used

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    Total Length: 84 Identification: 0x

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    To improve the scalability of ACL m

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    0001 ip access-list TCP1 0002 permi

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    Click here to view code image CMHLA

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    state : up source intf : rx : vfc10

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    Note The Nexus 1000V does not suppo

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    CMHLAB-DC2-VSM1# config t CMHLAB-DC

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    Figure 7-6. Create a vmk Port Using

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    Figure 7-8. Create a vmk Port Using

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    CMHLAB-DC2-VSM1(config-erspan-src)#

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    N7K-2(config-erspan-src)# no shut N

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    Legend: l = learning enabled f = fo

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    Legend: l = learning enabled f = fo

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    Note The Nexus 5500 series switches

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    cmhlab-dc2-tor2(config-erspan-src)#

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    802.1Q Virtual LAN 000. .... .... .

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    .... 10.. = Port Role: Root (2) ...

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    Frame Length: 57 bytes Capture Leng

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    ...0 .... .... .... = CFI: 0 .... 0

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    ..1. .... = Forwarding: Yes ...1 ..

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    Note You can add more show commands

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    Data Center Jealousy(config-callhom

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    neighbor If the email transport opt

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    Example 7-35. System-Generated Chec

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    After a review of the differences,

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    Checkpoints can be given a name and

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    Rollback Patch is Empty Note: Apply

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    Jealousy(config-flow-record)# end J

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    Layer 2 NetFlow cannot be applied i

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    packets CMHLAB-DC2-VSM1(config-flow

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    where NTP runs in multiple VDCs, th

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    Local clock time:Sun May 6 03:21:16

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    2. A DHCP request is sent and repli

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    if protocol == "telnet": c = "/isan

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    scLogFileName + ".*100%", \ pexpect

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    print "Failed connecting to " + hos

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    • Higher availability: Quite simp

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    eaping the benefits of a Unified I/

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    Figure 8-4. FIP Process FIP can be

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    Multhop Fibre Channel over Ethernet

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    to Cisco NX-OS,” and the focus in

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    switch as a Fabric Port (F-port) an

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    -----------------------------------

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    Restarting system. Single-Hop FCoE

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    1 minute output rate 0 bits/sec, 0

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    Port Native Status Port Vlan Channe

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    Click here to view code image N5K-1

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    N5K-1# A similar configuration must

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    N7K-1# config Enter configuration c

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    Click here to view code image N7K-1

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    2000 2000 Operational N7K-1-FCoE# N

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    version 5.2(2a) interface Ethernet3

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    Note If all the shared ASIC ports a

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    Figure 8-14. FCoE Topology Example

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    could fail. By taking advantage of

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    VSM in an active-standby pair; and

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    Figure 9-2. Nexus 1000V Topology Th

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    The VEM differentiates between the

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    Figure 9-3. VEM Loop Prevention Not

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    login as: admin Nexus 1010 Using ke

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    VsbEthernet1/1 control 0 up up VsbE

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    vsm login: admin Password: Cisco Ne

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    Click here to view code image vsm#

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    Figure 9-6. Selecting the Plug-Ins

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    Figure 9-9. Registering the Plug-In

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    such license is available at http:/

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    sync status: Complete version: VMwa

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    Figure 9-14. Entering the VMWare vC

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    Figure 9-16. The OVA File and VSM R

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    Figure 9-18. Configuring the Networ

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    Figure 9-20. VSM Configuration Attr

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    Figure 9-22. VSM Installation Proce

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    Figure 9-24. VSM Installation Summa

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    1000v Management Center. Note For t

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    Figure 9-28. Entering the Nexus 100

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    Figure 9-30. VEM Configuration Summ

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    Figure 9-32. Configuring the Nexus

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    Reboot Required: false VIBs Install

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    vsm(config-port-prof)# no shutdown

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    Figure 9-34. Adding the VEM Through

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    Figure 9-36. Selecting the ESX Host

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    Figure 9-38. Selecting the VM to Mi

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    Figure 9-40. Verifying That the ESX

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    vsm# Note There is a 60-day evaluat

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    Figure 9-41. 1000V-Topology Example

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    vsm(config)# Example 9-11 shows how

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    Figure 9-43. Selecting the vmkernel

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    2012 Aug 23 22:29:33 vsm %VIM-5-IF_

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    • VLAN configuration • VMware m

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    vsm(config-port-prof)# no shutdown

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    HR-APPS Veth3 Net Adapter 1 Demo-Te

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    Figure 9-46. Verifying the Port-Pro

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    Click here to view code image Sampl

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    (vASA) to deploy virtualized servic

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    Figure 9-49. Verifying the OVF Depl

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    Figure 9-51. Specifying the Data Ce

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    Figure 9-53. Specifying the Specifi

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    Figure 9-55. Specifying the Datasto

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    Figure 9-57. Specifying the IP Addr

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    Figure 9-59. Verifying the Informat

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    Figure 9-63. Displaying the VNMC Vi

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    Figure 9-65. Browse to the VNMC Man

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    Figure 9-68. Install the Extension

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    8. Add vCenter VM Manager in VNMC (

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    Figure 9-75. Display vCenter ESX Ho

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    workloads. Deployment of virtualize

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    Figure 9-77. VSG System Component C

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    ootflash:/repository Directory Clic

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    Configuring the Cisco VNMC Policy-A

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    Creating a Tenant in VMMC Figure 9-

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    Figure 9-83. Creating a Virtual Dat

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    Figure 9-87. Create a Security Prof

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    Figure 9-89. Creating a Security Pr

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    Figure 9-92 shows how to assign the

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    Figure 9-95. Adding a Policy in VNM

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    demonstrated in Example 9-30. Examp

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    profile Employee state enabled vsm(

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    Figure 9-100. Create a vmk Interfac

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    Example 9-39. Verify the vPath Info

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    Flow Lookup Hit 229 Flow Lookup Mis

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    Destroy 8 L4 TCP Flow Create 0 L4 T

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    Rcvd 0 L2-Frag Coalesced 0 Encap ex

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    Encap Err 0 0 0 All- Drops 38 1 Flo

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    DV Port : 161 DVS uuid : ed 5d 0b 5

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    Figure 9-103 shows the VXLAN topolo

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    Enter configuration commands, one p

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    Figure 9-105. Assigning vmknic 10.1

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    Figure 9-108. Assigning the VxLAN-V

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    Figure 9-110. The VMs and ESX Host

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    Figure 9-112. Verifying the VM IP A

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    Segment BD Error: 0 Dest Mcast IP n

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    Pinning Failed on Decap: 0 Can't ge

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    75 Multicast Packets 1801 Broadcast

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    0 Input Packet Drops 0 Output Packe

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    2 Eth3/3 3 182 0013.21cb.eb94 dynam

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    105 0050.568b.1c32 dynamic 47 Eth4/

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    username admin password 5 $1$Sx5LsG

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    switchport access vlan 182 no shutd

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    capability l3-vn-service vmware dvp

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    ip ttl 64 ip prec 0 ip dscp 0 mtu 1

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    VM version 7. VM type Other Linux 6

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    Figure 9-116. Option to Install the

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    Figure 9-118. Login Prompt After Bo

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    session 1 --------------- type : er

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    Figure 9-121. Selecting or Changing

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    Figure 9-124. Defining the Subnet I

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    Figure 9-126. Monitoring and Traffi

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    1000v.VSG1.3.1a.iso 246831104 Aug 0

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    Chapter 10. Quality of Service (QoS

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    Nexus devices enable class maps to

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    switch to offer lossless services o

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    ============================ policy

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    The queues are hardware components

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    queue-limit percent 16 queue droppe

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    the remaining queues to schedule tr

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    default-4q-8e-out- Service-policy (

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    N7K-2(config-pmap-que)# class type

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    Class-map (queuing): 1p7q4t-out-q3

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    fex port interface: Ethernet101/1/1

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    FCoE is defined by default, it is g

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    Service-policy (queuing) output: de

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    Service-policy (queuing) input: voi

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    QoS on Nexus 1000V The Nexus 1000V

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    Click here to view code image demol

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    demolab-vsm1(config-cmap-que)# exit

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    the overlay; this enables data cent

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    • OTV join-interface: The OTV joi

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    identifier is mandatory to configur

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    AED)Overlay1 59* otv- 1 active Over

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    Stale routes during non-graceful co

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    channel1002 61 00e0.81c2.4a74 42 1w

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    and preventing unicast-flooding in

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    ip pim rp-address 40.10.10.50 group

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    Example 11-14. Sample Configuration

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    102-103, 106, 116, 120, 122 (Total:

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    For the Layer 2 multicast communica

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    MAC_ vlan vlan-name interface OTV-i

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    Example 11-19 shows the OTV ARP Cac

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    ! mac access-list ALL_MACs 10 permi

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    methods are discussed from a high-l

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    ip route 10.1.64.128/25 Null0 250 r

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    • VRF-Aware Telnet • VRF-Aware

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    Ethernet10/22 default 1 - - Etherne

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    for any subsequent show or EXEC com

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    N7k-1(config)# feature isis N7k-1(c

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    Paths: (1 available, best #1) Flags

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    • Label Switching Router (LSR): A

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    N7k-1(config)# install feature-set

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    192.168.0.2 2.2.2.2 From a CE to PE

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    Click here to view code image N7k-1

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    license be installed first. The Nex

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    • EID addresses: The IP addresses

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    Note Consult the following link to

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    destination of 172.20.40.0 /24. LIS

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    infrastructure, destined to one of

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    13-3. Example 13-3. Define the Glob

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    Layer 3 SVI interface. Note The mul

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    authentication-key 3 9125d59c18a9b0

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    Click here to view code image N7K1#

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    Who last registered: 1.1.1.13 Routi

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    connects the xTR to the L3 domain o

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    Design Goals Figure 14-1. Existing

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    must go smoothly. With this in mind

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    10.255.255.2 vrf VPCKA peer-gateway

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    dove(config-if)# shutdown dove(conf

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    outed full 10G 10g Po2 to CS1 (BLUE

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    with previous steps, these port-cha

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    scotland(config-if)# switchport sco

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    Design Note Care has been given to

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    w - waiting to be aggregated Number

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    0023.04ee.be01 0 2 20 15 This bridg

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    denmark# show run interface Vlan26

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    ! We want this to be an undesirable

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    egypt(config-if)# shutdown egypt(co

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    egypt# conf t Enter configuration c

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    TenGigabitEthernet4/3 D 10.198.57.0

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    egypt(config-if-hsrp)# interface vl

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    Standby 10.198.208.4 local 10.198.2

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    0023.04ee.be01 3 2 20 15 Po100 VLAN

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    Figure 14-4. Migrated Topology One

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    Figure 14-5. Topology with 5K/2K De

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    Example 14-52. vPC Configuration on

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    channel-group 101 interface Etherne

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    stub routing, 146 summarization, 14

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    oadcast storms, traffic storm contr

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    multicasts, 253 CP (Control Process

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    Nexus 7000, 386-392 overview of, 38

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    authentication, 174-203 configuring

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    stateful switchovers, 368-369 Unifi

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    isolated VLAN (Virtual Local Area N

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    Rapid-PVST, 80-87 RootGuard, 96-97

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    LSP, 719 LSR, 719 managing, 725 Nex

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    LoopGuard, 97-98 Loose Unicast RPF

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    defining, 719 enabling, 721-722 ope

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    Atomic mode, 434 Best-Effort mode,

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    Nexus 1000v NX-OS licensing, 9 NX-O

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    FCoE installation, 478-479 MDS FCoE

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    network advertisements, 157 passive

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    topology of, 155, 170 VRF configura

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    ARP synchronization, 117 flow contr

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    FEX, 661-662 forwarding architectur

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    HSRP, 174-203 IP Source Guard, 321-

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    snooping DHCP snooping, 313-316 IGM

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    configuration files, 33-35 file sys

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    enabling FCoE, 468 enabling NPV mod

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    Single-Hop FCoE configuration, 471-

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